Susanna Roxman was born in Stockholm, though her father’s family are Scottish and she writes in English. Her work includes a study of emblems of classical deities, and a book on the novels of Margaret Drabble. Crossing the North Sea is her third poetry collection for the Edinburgh-based press Dionysia. As the title suggests, this […]
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